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Native Gaming is Going to Launch a Private Resort and Online Casino

Native Gaming has launched a new website that includes live casinos, eSports, sports betting and idle games. The online casino has a complete financial ecosystem, gamification, and community of natives.

In addition, Native Gaming is also going to create a land-based casino and resort on a private island in the Caribbean. The resort will be connected to the online platform to provide the customers complete online gaming experience. Native Gaming is wishing to generate income from Gross Gaming Revenue that includes the financial ecosystem with a smart society of natives.

The online casino of Native Gaming contains a predominantly proprietary system with BetConstruct platform that is capable to deliver more than 5,000+ casino games and real-time betting lines 예스카지노 on over 40,000 sporting events per month.

Justin McCool is the CEO at Native Gaming and he said that the company was opened to be more than an online casino. Native Gaming has set such a platform that allows staying at the private island resort, gambling in the casino and investing in the bankroll. The company is going to leverage the security and transparency of blockchain technology for everyone. The players can stake from $10 to $10 million.

Native Gaming’s new platform is not only for its existing users but it is also for business investors. Existing users of Native Gaming do not buy equity from the company because there is no equity owned by the company. To scale the token price, there are smart contract bankrolls that provide a dynamic price offering. This means new funds come into the bankroll either from casino revenue or outside investment.

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